Nan's paper, "EarWalk: Towards Walking Posture Identification using Earables" is accepted and will appear at ACM HotMobile'22.
Sriram's, Sean's, and Bangjie's poster, "On Utilizing Smartphone Time-of-Flight Sensors to Detect Hidden Spy Cameras" is accepted and will appear at ACM SenSys'21. This poster accompanies our full paper also presented at SenSys'21.
Our paper, "FastZIP: Faster and More Secure Zero-Interaction Pairing", in collaboration with TU Darmstadt and IBM Zurich, is accepted and will appear at ACM MobiSys'21.
Jun is serving as the TPC Co-Chair of ACM DroNet 2021, a co-located workshop with ACM MobiSys'21. Please submit your exciting work on drones!
Jay (NUS PostDoc Researcher) joined our group. Welcome, Jay!
Sriram's, Sean's, and Dai's poster, "LidarPhone: Acoustic Eavesdropping using a Lidar Sensor", won the Best Poster Runner-Up Award at ACM SenSys 2020. This poster accompanies our full paper also presented at SenSys'20.
Nitya's Usenix Security paper is recognized as GSMA Mobile Security Hall of Fame.
Nitya's paper, "A Stealthy Location Identification Attack Exploiting Carrier Aggregation in Cellular Networks" is accepted and will appear at USENIX Security'21.
Bangjie Sun (NUS CS Ph.D. student) joined our group. Welcome, Bangjie!
We received an Academic Research Fund (Tier 1) from Singapore Ministry of Education for our work on On-Ear Wearables. This work is also in collaboration with Prof. Tony Quek (SUTD) and Prof. Romit Roy Choudhury (UIUC).